There's so much to do in Brooklyn. If you love amusement rides, you'll want to visit Jane's Carousel or Luna Park in Coney Island. If you like history then you'll want to stop by the New York Transit Museum or the Brooklyn Museum. If you love food then you can't miss eating Brooklyn pizza
We happen to love Brooklyn every day of the year and we know you do as well. But with Thanksgiving right around the corner, let's take a moment to be thankful for the many things that make Brooklyn the best place in the world! 1. There are the many amazing Brooklyn foods, like
You already know Brooklyn is the greatest city in the world! We have the best people, the best food, the best neighborhoods and the best bridges. Now here are some things you might not know about the borough of Kings! The Cyclone The Cyclone Roller Coaster opened in Coney Island on June 26, 1927.
“It is the ambition of the New Yorker to live upon Fifth Avenue, to take his airings in the [Central] Park, and to sleep with his fathers in Green-Wood.” - New York Times, 1866 To this day, Green-Wood Cemetery in Brooklyn is one of the most beautiful places in New York. It was built
It's that time of year to take a long, hard look in the mirror to see where we can improve. Do we need to exercise more, follow a budget or try to work on our inner-selves? FUHGETTABOUDIT! What we all need to do is make time for what's important, and what's important is
You'd probably never think a cemetery would be "the place to be", but anyone who was anyone in New York during the 20th century is buried at historic Green-Wood Cemetery. Artist such as Jean-Michel Basquit and Leonard Bernstein to notorious criminals like Boss Tweed, were laid to rest in Brooklyn's most beautiful cemetery. Here are 6 more